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fee of those whose caie is^entrusted to this hospital. To
that etid twill strive iti tine fulfillment of my duties holding
secret wbatsbev<^pjri*y learn touching upon the lives of the
sicjk. I aoknftdttejfee ..the dignity of the cure of disease and
the safejMjrdihg of health in which no act is menial or
inglorioW*! will waft, in uprigh^faithfulness and obedjgoce
to those under whose guidance I am ta work, and I proffer
patience, kindliness and yAerstanding in the holy rninisi
of broken bodies. " i~'
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HENRIETTA R. HENNIK
Director of Nursing
MR. PAUL J. SPENCER
MRS. JEANNE DEVOS
Medical and Surgical Inst.
MISS MARION GORHAM
MISS RITA CAPISTRAN
Supt. Aux. Personnel
MISS PRISCILLA BARTON
Asst. Nursing Inst.
MRS. PAULINE MARTIN
MISS LYDIA CLAY
Medical and Surgical
MISS PHYLLIS REILLY
MRS. ALICE HAMILTON
MRS. DOROTHY BATYLDA
MISS PATRICIA O'KEEFE
Operating Room Supt.
MISS MARY ALLEN
MISS DOROTHY COTTER
MISS EFTHEMIA PSOMIADES
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Dear Mom and Dad,
Your determined effort to make us satisfied and happy
shall always be remembered as one of the most important fac-
tors during our training.
You have understood our problems, assisted us with pa-
tience of steel, listened to our complaints with an admirable
smile, inspired us with confidence, encouraged us when we
were disheartened, and enhanced our chances for success.
Words cannot express our appreciation for these precious
contributions - but to show how much we love, honor, and re-
spect you, we - the Class of 1958 - dedicate this, our Year-
book, to you.
Message ?wm the Class President
To the graduates of 1958,
Does it really seem possible graduation is almost here? So many things have
happened since September 7, 1955. There have been times we worked and wondered
how we would ever finish; times we have felt real satisfaction knowing we have done
our very best.
During our three years together, we have formed friendships and memories we
will always remember.
Let us not forget to thank those who have made our training possible, our fam-
ilies, faculty, and friends. Above all, we thank God, for it is to His help we have
reached our Graduation Day.
Your Senior Class President
JEAN MARJORIE COLLEY
4 Henenway Road
February 6, 1938
Her flirtatious eyes,
Her long blonde hair;
You'll not always see her,
But you'll know she's there.
"Blessed are the meek — . "
How many times have we heard
our "J. C . " philosophizing about
nothing in particular and every-
thing in general.
Most often seen on the go,
pony-tail bobbing behind her!
With her vivid imagination
and determination, we're sure
she'll be successful as a beach-
comber on that South Sea Island !
JOAN ELIZABETH DODKIN
15 Palmer Road
February 21, 1937
To do her best
And let it stand,
Will be the record
Of her brain and hand.
"Oh -- Sugar!" That's our
Dodie, speaking most likely to
"Johnny!" Although she desires to
get her degree -- seems that there
are conflicting details in the very
near future — such as raising a
Whatever the future holds for
you - we know you'll do well.
Good luck and best wishes from us
"Now and Forever"
ELIZABETH ANN DOYLE
293 Beech Street
August 20, 1937
Give to the world
the best you have;
And the best will
come back to you.
"Well, anyway -- kids, there's
only -- days to September 7! !"
That's our class calendar speaking.
Thanks to Betsy we kept track of
the seemingly endless days to Grad-
We all appreciate her ability
to do our caps strictly regulation
Lucky will be the doctor who
will have our Betsy as his private
"The Story of Three Loves"
SHIRLEY MAY FERGUSON
79 Pocohontas Street
March 18, 1937
It's her pleasant ways
and the smile she wears,
That makes the sun
"Eee -C ar -ripe I " This expres -
sion more commonly heard on the
days the infraction list is sent out!
Yes - our Ferg had the "honors" of
passing out the infractions a-la-
Seriously, the overwhelming
amount of work done by her as Pres-
ident of the student organization
will long be remembered. She cer-
tainly is energetic enough to ful-
fill her ambition - to have her own
"Chanson d "Amour"
ELEANOR VIRGINIA FLYNN
78 Western Avenue
January 8, 1920
There's something about her
We cannot touch;
It's poise, personality,
Character and such,
"Now, girls, " -- how many
times has our Ginny acted as peace-
maker for one of our innocent con-
troversies? The Dorothy Dix of our
class will long be remembered for
her sound advice and many pearls
of wisdom. Actually, Ginny, we
don't know how you put up with us.
You'll always be remembered for
your unselfishness and consideration
by all of us.
"May the Good Lord Bless and
MARY JOSEPHINE GAVIN
2 Pineda le Road
November 4, 1937
Fair and fun loving this Irish lass
Two reasons why she's the "head"
of the class.
"Be good ! " Soft spoken Mary
with her big blue eyes and petite
figure will add much to the Faulk-
ner uniform. In the future we know
she will feel most at home as head
nurse in Faulkner's future Pediatric
"Love Me Tender"
JOAN FRANCES LENNON
9 Bronx Road
West Roxbury, Massachusetts
August 12, 1937
The Irish sparkles in her eyes,
and her laughter never dies.
"Now, now — . " is an expres-
sion of Joan's that tempers many an
argument. Quick on the uptake and
always ready to go, we're certain
that the future holds many interest-
ing adventures for Joanie. Will the
Air Force be the beginning? With
her proved ability in charge of a
ward, we know she can't fail.
Remember the pizzas at the
Brigham? And what happened to
MARY ANN LESLIE MacDONALD
189 Everett Street
August 14, 1935
Short 'n sweet, that's our Les,
May your future hold much hap-
"Oh, Eddie!" That's the young
"Missus" talking! One thing for sure
-- she CAN keep a secret!
Never a dull moment when Les
is around -- petite an' neat, warm
brown eyes and a smile to match.
Rarely found - a friend to all.
May all your pleasant dreams come
"Eddie My Love"
OLGA MARGARET MARANJIAN
61 Union Street
May 17, 1937
A twinkle in her eyes, a face with
Now, I wonder what mischief she's
"Now seriously, kids!" Olga,
how could we be serious sometimes?
Remember the day we helped you
pack EVERYTHING for the weekend;
your "tutoring" us in the skeletal
system, and your endless supply of
yoghurt? How can we forget ?
You'll always be remembered for
your bubbling personality. We hope
you'll accept our thanks and deep-
est appreciation for all your sincere
efforts, and most of all just being
you. Hawaii? California? Wherev-
er it may be, we know you'll find
success and happiness.
SALLY LANDON PETERS
83 Walker Street
April 12, 1937
One could mark her merry
by the twinkle in her eyes . . .
To know her is to love her.
Lovely to look at, nicer to
know - that's our gal, "Sal. " "Vai-
Baboo-Vai" may be commonly
heard - - when she comes across a
nurse's chart that isn't headed. As
serious as she takes her work, she is
as enthusiastic about life in general.
Plenty of big doin's when Pete's
around. Will we ever forget that
beautiful weekend in May - thanks
for the memories, Pete.
Good luck on those plans for
BARBARA EVELYN SCHELFHAUDT
May 31, 1938
Tall and stately,
A pleasure to know;
A sparkling personality,
From head to toe.
"First of all . . . and besides! "
That's our Barb -- whatever she's
discussing she's bound to win the ar-
gument. Her charm can convince
an Eskimo into buying a refrigerator.
Most often seen writing letters to
No better friend than Barb.
With her laughing eyes and infec-
tious smile, she's sure to be a suc-
cess in whatever field she chooses.
Your sense of humor and eager-
ness to help others has done much
for our class, and it will always be
We wish you luck
Zke Jlotmce Nightingale Pledge
I solemnly pledge myself before God and in the
presence of this assembly to pass my life in purity and
to practice my profession faithfully. I will abstain from
whatever is deleterious and mischievous and will not
take or knowingly administer any harmful drug. I will
do all in my power to elevate the standards of my pro-
fession, and will hold in confidence all personal matters
committed to my keeping, and all family affairs coming
to my knowledge in the practice of my calling. With
loyalty will I endeavor to aid the physician in his work,
and devote myself to the welfare of those committed to
Class Mister y
At two p.m. on a bright Indian summer afternoon of 1955, the first member of the future 1958 grad-
uating class of Faulkner Hospital School of Nursing timidly set foot inside the door of Chapin House and
received a cordial greeting from Mrs. Ruth Cruise, Residence Director. Which one of the original twen-
ty-four it might have been has long since been forgotten, but as we gathered in the spacious living room
for tea , everyone will remember the smiling welcome of the faculty.
Perhaps one of our very first recollections is that of Mrs. Martin introducing to each small group of
students the personable Fran Mooney from Chattanooga , Tennessee. "Reb" blushed very easily and was
always ready to join in a bit of fun, but left our midst in her senior year for marriage and motherhood.
Our thoughts will always be for her happiness.
The next few days were filled with introductions to classes and books and generally finding our way
around, and the first few nights were filled with excitement and wonder of initiation, of "probies too
pooped to pop, " and dripping wet from frequent trips to the shower, the more prominent candidates be-
ing Millie Peach, Carole Pope, Barbara Schelfhaudt. Although Millie and Carol are no longer with us,
who can forget the thundering hooves of the "Lone Ranger" emanating from that corner room as Millie
eagerly glued her ear to the radio. By now Carol is happily married to her Bob, but we remember her
brainwork and good nursing care with envy.
Among the other fellow students who left our fold, we tenderly remember Sayre Gilbert and her
quiet charm, who joined her family in England; Mug Egan and her famous humour on "free stools;" Mary-
belle Brady and her turkey farm in Medway ; Sheila Banks and Barbara Mitchell of the Saugus trio; the
blond, vivacious Pat Turney; the blue-eyed, easy-going Marilyn Young, and the friendly Nancy Bar-
nard. Our one regret is that we could not have known them longer.
We also remember with nostalgia the first birthday party we ever threw in honor of one of our most
popular members, Muriel Lowther Bodwell. We all gathered quietly in her room while Fran Mooney de-
tained her in the shower, until "Mutt" suddenly became very suspicious, especially sincer her mother's
birthday cake was missing, and charged back into her room, to be hailed joyously by her classmates,
who presented her with a cute stuffed animal, and settled down to hungrily consume her cake and pop
corn, after which poor "Murt" did all the sweeping up. The following year we shared another cake with
Murt, this time her wedding cake, and we just received the glad tidings of the new arrival of a baby boy.
Our best, always, to "Murt. "
Classes were our main concern in those days, with daily tests in Chemistry and Anatomy, returning
demonstrations in Nursing, and mastering pharmacology. If it weren't for our willing and helpful in-
structors, maybe our history would have been quite different. Compulsory study hours were a help in
maintaining marks. We remember Betsy Doyle's mint -green nylon shorty in Nursing Lab, the two pals
Mary Gavin and Joan Lennon, Mary Gavin's so-neat room, Joan "Dodie" Dodkin's red nylon shorty, and
Virginia Flynn's high -heeled slippers.
Capping was a momentous event in our first year, as we proudly walked to the stage to receive our
caps from Miss Norton, acting in Miss Hennik's place. Olga Marajian, our first class president, accept-
ed our welcome as true members of the Faulkner family.
Our first days on the wards were never-to-be-forgotten experiences. Then relief and nights, the
operating room, obstetrics, and off for affiliations. To make money, we held a spaghetti supper in our
second year. Jean Colley's father was the chef, and, needless to say, there were many second helpings.
Shirly Ferguson received the high honor in her senior year election as President of Student Govern-
ment. Ann Leslie MacDonald is at present on maternity leave. We welcomed Irene Logie as a transfer
into our midst in our senior year, and by this time the homesick Sally Peters had no desire to leave her
Thus comes to a close the chapter of our student days. The future remains unwritten.
TOP PRIORITY CORRESPONDENCE
Date: September 7, 1956
To: Miss Virginia Flynn, R.N. , B.S. , Ph.D. , now secretary of
Health, Education, and Welfare in Washington, D. C.
In reply to your letter of August 12, asking for the latest in-
formation on the remaining members of the "Dizzy Dozen, " this
is what we have discovered:
From our observatory on latitude 52, longitude 70 of Amen-
hoptep, the 176th man-made planet, we have observed:
Very close to home we see Miss Jean Colley as she passes by
our observatory on her daily flight to the moon, as flight nurse,
on the latest interplanetary missile.
On her flight she passes the newly constructed Cosmic Speed-
way for midget racers, owned and operated by the former Miss
Joan Dodkin and her husband.
Observing throughout Scopedoodle weseeMiss Elizabeth Doyle,
assistant to Dr. Nervoustissue Synapse, the foremost brain surgeon
in the universe, at her headquarters in Vienna. We knew her
O. R. experience would come in handy.
From Vienna, we traveled via our Scopedoodle to Boston and
found Miss Mary Gavin as Dean of B. C. Night School, School
By picking up the brain waves of Miss Gavin on our Univac we
discover Miss Shirley Ferguson, director of nurses at a first-aid at
one of Miami's finest resorts.
As we travel further southward, we see Miss Joan Lennon, pres-
ently engaged as a head nurse on a Penguin ward in Little America
where there is known to be a great future.
Next, through our Scopedoodle, we pass the home of the fa-
mous Redheaded hockey team. Their mother was the ex -Miss
Ann Leslie and is now team nurse.
It was by coincidence that we discovered Miss Irene Logie, as
the modern-day Florence Nightingale who recently landed on the
moon with her thousand scrub brushes.
While observing Miss Logie on our electronic brain, we learned
of the exploits of the former Miss Sally Peters, now a prominent
member of Newport Society and the wife of Cornelius X. Ticker-
tape, a noted Wall Street executive.
After a long and arduous search, we located Miss Olga Maran-
jian, now Director of Nurses at Yerevan City Hospital in the newly
reinstated country of Armenia.
Back home again we located the former Miss Barbara Schelf-
haudt, private nurse to the President and wife of General W. Er-
ichsen, Army Chief of Staff at the Pentagon.
We hope, Miss Flynn, that this contains all the information re-
quested by you regarding the "Dizzy Dozen. "
We, the Class of 1958, of the Faulkner Hospital School of Nursing, being
of sound mind and body, do hereby declare our last will and testament.
To the Faulkner we leave with "Thanks for the memories. "
To Miss Hennik we leave with deepest appreciation for all she has done
To Miss Comey we leave an Educational Program worked out for five years
To Dr. Stein we leave not knowing how to express our deepest gratitude
for the interest he has shown to each one of us.
To Miss Allen we leave a residence full of healthy nurses.
To the Faculty we leave our many thanks and hopes that all the headaches
we have caused are cured.
To our parents we leave a debt of gratitude for all their patience, confi-
dence, and understanding.
To the supervisors we leave a telephone guaranteed not to ring and a year's
supply of renewed orders.
To the head nurses we leave an answer book guaranteed to answer any
To the doctors we leave with thanks for your many "words of wisdom. "
To the med. students we leave I.V. 's guaranteed not to stop, infiltrate,
or run dry.
To the residents we leave nurses capable of working up patients and writ-
To Mrs. Alice Hamilton we leave our thanks for mothering our "Dizzy
To our little sisters we leave our senior bands and best wishes for a success-
To Mrs. Cruise we leave twelve newly decorated rooms.
Jean Colley leaves her "quiet" ways to Joanie Miller and Mary Blanchard.
Joan Dodkin leaves her wedding gown to Barbara Dowdall, Betty Ballas,
and Princess Fleagal — we hear you might find a use for it.
Betsy Doyle leaves her six yards of exposed x-ray film to Dr. Hawes -- she
doesn't need it anymore.
Shirley Ferguson leaves for the sunny, sandy beaches of Florida.
Ginny Flynn, leaves her high -heeled slippers to the proctors -- they 're very
Mary Gavin leaves her height to Betty Ballas and Jan Toher.
Joan Lennon leaves several pounds lighter.
Ann Leslie leaves this warning -- "Wait till your last six months. "
Irene Logie leaves smiling.
Olga Maranjian, better known as "Murfy," leaves her Irish temper to any-
one who thinks they can control it.
Sally Peters leaves her little black book complete with names and numbers
to the underclassmen -- there's sure enough to go around.
Barbara Schelfhaudt leaves her "Art" to anyone who can appreciate such
culture and learning.
TOP ROW: M. Gavin, B. Mitchell, S. Peters, B. Schelfhaudt, M. Young, J. Dodkin, A.
Leslie. MIDDLE ROW: N. Barnard, P. Turney, J. Lennon, V. Flynn, E. Doyle, C.
Pope, B. Blank, S. Gilbert, J. Colley. BOTTOM ROW: F. Mooney, S. Banks, O. Ma-
ranjian, S. Ferguson, M. Lowther, M. Peach.
E. Doyle, J. Dodkin, P. Turney, V. Flynn, B. Mitchell, S. Fergu-
son, S. Peters, M. Lowther, O. Maranjian, M. Gavin, J. Lennon.
February 23, 1956
MRS. A. HAMILTON
S. Peters, Social Chairman; J. Colley, Secretary, M. Gavin,
President; O. Maranjian, Vice President; V. Flynn, Treasurer.
J. Dodkin, J. Lennon, B. Schelfhaudt, I. Logie, S. Ferguson, S. Pe-
ters, J. Colley, M. Gavin, O. Maranjian, V. Flynn.
Zhe Snd of a flurse's Day
Seven o'clock! and the nurse's work was done for another day!
She heaved a sort of tired sigh and put the charts away,
Then sat for a moment and bowed her head over the little white desk.
"I wonder, " she said to herself, "After all, am I really doing my best?
Perhaps I could have begun the day with a bright, cheerier smile
And answered the lights with "Right away" instead of "in a little while. "
And I might have listened with a sweeter grace to the story of my patient's
She may be suffering more, perhaps, more than anyone knows.
And I might have refrained from the halfway frown, although I was busy then,
When the frail girl with sad blue eyes kept ringing again and again.
And I might have spoken a kinder word to the heart of that restless boy.
Or perhaps the lady down the hall just needed a gentler touch.
There are a lot of things I might have done and it wouldn't have taken much!"
She sighed again and brushed a tear, then whispered low --
"My God, how can You accept this day when I have been lacking so?"
And God looked down, He heard the sigh, and saw the staggering tear,
And sent His angel messenger to whisper in her ear:
"You could have done better today, but oh!
The Omnipotent One,
Seeing your faults does not forget the beautiful things you have done.
He knows, little nurse, that you love your work in this house of pain and sorrow,
So He gladly forgives the lack of today, for you will do better tomorrow. "
The nurse looked up with a grateful smile,
"Tomorrow I'll make it right!"
Then added a note in the "orderbook" --
"Be good to them tonight!"
M. Dewan, Secretary; J. Toher, President; J. Mitchell, Vice Presi-
dent; S. Cropper, Treasurer.
STANDING, left to right: B. Leach, B. Dowdall, C. Snyder, C. Pratt, F. Miller, S. Cropper,
J. Slack, P. Kelleher, J. Cotillo. SEATED: J. Hadley, N. Robar, J. Mitchell, J. Toher, M.
Dewan, G. Litchford, B. Brown. NOT SHOWN: B. Blank, E. Harhan, J. Miller, P. Flegal, J.
Riley, J. Bourgault, R. Jamison, T. McQuade, H. Radgowski, S. Mann, E. Ballas, S. Miller,
K. Chadwell, J. Lessard, S. Hutchings, M. Blanchard, J. Keppler.
Secretary, C. Baker; President, S. Jenner; Vice President, J. Jamison,
(standing), Treasurer, M. Gibbs. *
STANDING: C. Forbes, J. Perkins, J. McCannon, N, Machado, J. Robertson, M. Gibbs, J.
Radgowski, S. Jenner, P. Lynch, A. Henrich, F. Anderson. MIDDLE ROW: D. Pakatar, J. Mc-
Carthy, N. Carruthers, P. Walker, J. Moreng, A. Day, S. St. Louis, S. Webb, N. Garofalo, J.
Jamison. BOTTOM ROW: D. Buckley, J. Pleadwell, C. Baker, S. Lillis, M. Keswick, S.
Briggs, C. Shamberger, B. Carroll, P. Tighe.
Baby sitters in the making. . ,
formulas, burettes, Cardiac
wonders!!... Medical his-
tory in the making . . .
Keys ... TV . . .
ping-pong . . .
p ool table . . .
I.P.R. 's ...
and ... jello
Peter Bent Brigham Hospital
Total nursing care ... the
specialist's Specialists . . .
the mecca of medicine . . .
something new to learn every day
Elevators ... the infirmary . . .
afternoon teas . . . telephones on
every floor, ever ringing . . .
"Goofs" down the street . . .
the "fellows" next door . . .
Carrie M. Hall
The daily hike to
work .. . half a
dozen weekends .
Home cookin' . . . Modern living
facilities . . . phone calls galore. .
the epitome of social living . . .
and, of course ... the "Jewel". . .
STANDING: M. Gavin, J. Toher, N. Robar, J. Jamison. SEATED: E. Doyle, S. Fer-
guson, C. Pratt.
S. Cropper, Social Chairman; E. Doyle, Secretary; C. Pratt, Vice President; S. Ferguson, Pres-
ident; N. Robar, Treasurer; B. Schelfhaudt, Social Chairm?n.
"Modified" Modern Obstetrics
Pectoralis??? "The foot bone connected to the
ankle bone ..."
Service with a smile
Good Inter -Departmen-
Medication ... "T. L.C.
What's this all about??
Practice makes perfect
Our best "saleswomen"
Prim an' Proper
Our luncheon "Guests"
The FIRST Hurrah
Not another party???
Say "cheese ! ! '
How can we forget?
"Down, girls, DOWN! ! ! '
"Ready, Willing and Able! !"
, The pause.
, . . that refreshes ! ! '
.the gang's all here!"
"On Moonlight Bay"
"The Foolish Four"
"The Live Five"
"You can't run away from 'it' !"
The Family Portrait
Mother Martin and "Cherubs"
. OOOooo. . . "
Such merriment ! ! !
FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1958
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Dr. Mark Aisner
Miss Mary I. Allen
Dr. Stewart Armstrong
Dr. Charles Averill
Dr. Franklin G. Balch, Jr.
Dr. John R. Barry
Dr. Marshall K. Bartlett
Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus
Dr. Harold Bengloff
Dr. Richard A. Bragdon
Miss Katherine E. Comey
Dr. David Davis
Dr. R. Adelaide Draper
Mr. and Mrs. William S.
Dr. Bruce C. Ferguson
Mrs. Walter E. Flynn
Mrs. John Gavin
Dr. Joseph F. Gibbons
Dr. John R. Graham
Mrs. Alice Hamilton
Dr. James Harrison
Dr. David L. Halberslaben
Miss Henrietta Hennik
Dr. Kermit H. Katz
Dr. James F. Kenney
Dr. Walter S. Kerr, Jr.
Dr. John E. Knight
Dr. Rodney C. Larcom, Jr.
Dr. Philip M. LeCompte
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Lennon
Dr. William R. MacAusland,
Dr. H. Holden MacDonald
Dr. Steven Mallett
Mr. and Mrs. Arakel
Dr. F. William Marlow, Jr.
Mrs. Herbert L. Martin
Dr. Kevin J. McCarthy
Dr. Eugene F. McDonough
Dr. Thomas J. Monahan, Jr.
Dr. Isabel S. Money
Dr. Robert W. Mullins
Dr. Frank W. Musche
Dr. Robert E. Ober
Dr. Edward T. O'Hara
Dr. W. Richard Ohler
Dr. Curtis Prout
Miss Efthemia Psomiades
Mr. Vincent Punch
Miss Theresa Reagan
Dr. John Rock
Dr. John J. Sacco
Dr. Joseph H. Schaeffer
Dr. Isadore Schwartz
Dr. Maurice S. Segal
Dr. Charles P. Sheldon
Dr. John W. Spellman
Mr. Paul J. Spencer
Dr. Harold J. Stein
Dr. Joseph Tartakoff
Dr. Howard M. Trafton
Dr. James C. Walker
Dr. William F. Walsh
Dr. Edward L.. Young
Miss Patricia A. O'Keefe
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701 Centre Street
Jamaica Plain, Mass.
743 Centre St.
Anything Pertaining to Real Estate
Congratulations to the Class of 1958
FERGUSON'S WATCH & CLOCK SHOP
HAILER'S REXALL DRUG CO.
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674 Centre St.
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Operating Room Staff
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£. Q. Malfour Company
"Known Wherever There Are Schools and Colleges"
Class Rings and Pins
Commencement Invitations - Diplomas
Personal Cards - Club Insignia - Medals and Trophies
MR. WILLIAM F. FRAZIER
230 Boylston St. , Room 202
Zhe Faulkner Mospital
Zhe Obstetrical Nursing Department
Zke Medical fturs'mg 'Department
AS CO-EDITORS OF THE 1958 FAULKAN, WE "WOULD
LIKE TO EXPRESS OUR SINCEREST THANKS TO THOSE
WHO HAVE HELPED MAKE THIS A SUCCESS.
A SPECIAL THANKS TO THOSE WHO SO GENEROUSLY
SPONSORED THIS PROJECT BUT WHOSE NAMES DO NOT
APPEAR IN OUR YEARBOOK DUE TO DEADLINES WHICH
HAD TO BE MET.
OLGA MARGARET MARANJIAN
BARBARA EVELYN SCHELFHAUDT
Zhe faulkan Staff
STANDING: Irene Logie, Photography; Joan Lennon, Advertising; Virginia
Flynn, Literary; Jean Colley, Art.
SITTING: Barbara Schelfhaudt, Co-Editor; Olga Maranjian, Editor and Co-
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